Craigduff is a bit of a strange story. The whisky is an experimental peated Speyside single malt produced for Chivas Brothers in the 1970s, but never officially released as a single malt. A couple of bottlings were released by Signatory a few years ago and the company believed the malt to have been made at the Strathisla distillery. However S ... Read More »
A 1974 vintage whisky bottled under the Craigduff label. The spirit was produced at Strathisla distillery and was peated, unlike their regular releases, hence the alternative name. There's not much of it around, but Signatory have yet again dug up a cask - distilled on April 4th 1973, matured for 40 years (to the day) in a refill butt and bottled on April 4th 2013 at cask strength.